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Thread: Scanning of air rifle stocks.

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    REP: Piet Propeller Airgun Purveyor

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    Default Scanning of air rifle stocks.

    Gents, a friend of mine owns a 1968 Gecado which stock was broken in half with the butt side lost to the mists of time. I have scanned another Gecado 35 stock with our 3D scanner and have cut the most beautiful stock out of Walnut for the customer









    The stock has been made 99,97% of the original and the fitting is better as the scanned drawing allows me to edit the STL file before cutting. .






    White is the original stock and the Walnut cut below it.

    I have scanned the inletting of a Air Arms 400 that will be cut into the ugliest benchrest stock for one of the top shots at Northcliff shooting range.



    If you have a friend that has a handcrafted stock, bring it around and we can craft a exact duplicate of it, ok?

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    Sharp Shooter

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    looks V nice - I've worked with a couple of your props as well

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    Sharp Shooter

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    Bought a few of your props in the past were all good - Can you scan and make me a stock for my 1932 mauser 22 rimfire ? it was also broken and repaired but looks kak

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    You knew us as Redeye and vulture lol

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    I think this is a big deal.

    Especially for Falke owners

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    REP: Xtream Airguns

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    Nice uncle piet!!!

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    REP: Piet Propeller Airgun Purveyor

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    Thanks CK,ankie kerels, thanks chaps

    Seadog, no problem at all. You will have to send me the old original so I can prepare it for scanning though... So, ASAP would be great!

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    Very nice oom Piet.

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    Sharp Shooter

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    Very nice Oom Piet, this can really help with the vintage guns

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    Sharp Shooter
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    Awesome stuff!
    I actually contacted you about scanning an S400 stock a while back. Life got in the way...

    Have a lovely big plank of African rosewood I'd now like to turn into replacement stocks for my Vulcan (good design, boring wood), and my HW100 (Reasonably nice walnut, bloody ugly design. One of the early thumbhole stocks, basically a 2x4 with a handle and hole)
    To what degree are you able to alter/customise scanned stocks. Not looking for anything major/fancy - just a few of the uglier/ugliest edges taken off.
    I am free on Tuesday - please PM or Whatsapp me if it'd be possible to swing by for a scan and chat?

    Cheers!
    Greg
    08364seventhreesix83

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    That really is amazing Piet. I'm speechless!
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    Brilliant!! I have an itch to change my beloved HW30S to walnut and lengthen it. The impossible is now possible. Pity you live in Jo'Burg or is it a pity I live in Slaapstadt. I think we OFFICIALLY have worse traffic...

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    Hi Guys
    Any idea of cost for a walnut or beech stock.

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